San Rafael, CA, (PRWEB) July 24, 2008
In a recent episode of A&E's "Flip This House," Supress Sound-Engineered Drywall helps to create a home that the owners decide they don't want to flip after all.
Entitled "A Flipper in Need" and featuring the renovation of a San Antonio, TX, home owned by relatives of "Flip This House" team Armando and Veronica Montelongo, the episode traces a transformation from noisy and shabby to serene and chic. Occupied by young, inexperienced homeowners, their five dogs and, on occasion, a rehearsing rock band, the house requires extensive improvement to return it to sale-worthy condition and its original value.
As part of the pre-sale renovation, Supress 5/8-inch Sound-Engineered Drywall is used to upgrade the garage. Members of the rock band demonstrate its ease of installation as they pitch in on the project, finishing with an application of Supress Acoustical Sealant at panel edges and around cut-outs for a durable, resilient seal. After completion of the upgrade, the drummer's garage sound demonstration is undetectable to the owners stationed on the other side of the wall, contributing to their decision to buck "Flip This House" tradition and keep the home for themselves. A new verdict on the home's value seals the deal, as it jumps from the couple's original purchase price of $97,000 to $125,000.
Supress Sound-Engineered Products provide high-performance soundproofing for walls, floors and ceilings in commercial and residential structures. To view video of the "Flip This House" project and obtain more information on Supress Sound-Engineered Drywall, Plywood and Acoustical Sealant, visit http://www.supressproducts.com.
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